Migrate to the jewel of the weald at Dandara's Church View
With a fifth of London-leavers looking to relocate to the south of England, lockdown seems to have only strengthened the attraction of the countryside idyll. In fact, migration out of the city and into the rural south is expected to reach a peak in 2021, with thousands of urbanites looking to retire from London living.*
The popularity of Dandara’s Church View development in Tenterden, Kent is therefore unsurprising, with the development offering a range of high-specification homes situated beside the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With the latest phase selling fast and a selection of homes available to move into straightaway, prospective buyers are advised to act quickly to reserve a Kentish home.
Designed by award winning architects Adam Architecture, the development consists of a selection of one- and two- bedroom apartments alongside two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom houses. Featuring traditional Kentish architecture coupled with attractive street scenes, the new homes offer the atmosphere of traditional countryside living with the benefit of high-specification interiors. Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware has been fitted into all bathrooms and en-suites, whilst kitchens boast Neff/Bosch appliances.
Beyond the development, prospective homebuyers will find the broad, tree-lined Tenterden High Street, renowned for its independent shops, boutique outlets, and traditional cafes and restaurants. Known as the Jewel of the Weald, Tenterden is the place to be when looking for beautiful gifts, crafts, and antiques. The town itself is home to a wealth of architecture, from Georgian buildings, to tall Victorian houses, to tiny cottages featuring traditional Kent tile and weatherboard. The timeless air of the town has been emulated at Church View, with 10 traditional styles of home to choose from.
Nearby, sits Chapel Down winery, home to award winning English drinks and stunning surroundings. The winery even offers the unique opportunity for residents to ‘lease’ a selection of the vines and produce their own custom wine. A nostalgic countryside ride on the Kent & East Sussex Railway will take visitors to Bodiam Castle, an archetypal 14th century moated castle maintained by the National Trust.
Louise Norman, Sales & Marketing Director at Dandara South East comments: “With an eclectic mix of shops, eateries and things to do, Tenterden really is a special place. Our Church View development is no exception having already achieved a number of architecture and development awards. We encourage anybody interested in the development to book in a visit to see what Church View has to offer.”